Celebrate the Festive Season with Turtles, Holistic Healing and Indulgent Pampering at Mandarin Oriental, Canouan

Mandarin Oriental, Canouan offers guests much to celebrate over the Christmas and New Year period, including an opportunity to witness the release of turtles into the sea.  Looking out over the warm, turquoise waters of Carenage Bay, protected by the Caribbean’s largest coral reef, the resort’s dreamy tropical setting provides the perfect spot to enjoy a Canouan Tropical Wonderland.  Five-star facilities, including a kids’ club, combined with a series of special seasonal events will appeal to families and couples looking for something out of the ordinary.

Festive season highlights at Mandarin Oriental, Canouan include watching turtles return to the wild. At this inaugural event for Canouan Cares for Hawksbills, arranged in partnership with Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary, guests will be invited to participate in celebrating the release of Hawksbill turtles on the white sands of the resort’s Godahl Beach.

The turtle release is one of dozens of festive occasions taking place at the resort from 19 December 2018 to 5 January 2020, including special wellness and culinary experiences.  Up to nine separate events will take place each day, including guest-chef-prepared dinners, sunset cruises, sailing, star-gazing and more. A glamorous gala dinner will be held on New Year’s Eve.

For those looking to enhance their wellness regimen, visiting Crystal Sound Healer Khun Noom will host daily introductory sessions to yoga and massage. Keeping with the holistic approach of The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, Kuhn Noom is an expert in many fields of healing, including cupping, reflexology and Thai massage, she can help alleviate many conditions, ranging from cellulite removal and colon-cleansing to developing mindfulness.

At the resort’s Pirates of Canouan kids’ club, many possibilities exist for children to have a fun time. Built as a colonial-style home, children will discover the club’s many activity spaces, such as an arts and crafts room and library, while outdoors, they can enjoy ground-level trampoline, two swimming pools and a miniature golf course. Managed by an enthusiastic and fully-trained team of child care professionals. 

Festive Season pricing is available from 19 December 2019 to 5 January 2020 and starts at USD 3,400 per night, excluding taxes and service charges.

For reservation and enquiry, please visit www.mandarinoriental.com/canouan.


Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Having grown from its Asian roots into a global brand, the Group now operates 32 hotels and seven residences in 23 countries and territories, with each property reflecting the Group’s oriental heritage and unique sense of place. Mandarin Oriental has a strong pipeline of hotels and residences under development, and is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.


Mandarin Oriental, Canouan

Located in St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Mandarin Oriental, Canouan is Mandarin Oriental’s first Caribbean resort and a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. The resort elegantly blends colonial and chic contemporary styles among its lavish suites and stylishly sophisticated villas nestled on the hillside along a stunning stretch of Godahl Beach. Mindfully built with impeccable attention to detail, the resort features a selection of restaurants that serve a variety of international culinary delights in beautifully appointed settings. With Mandarin Oriental’s renowned reputation for legendary spas around the world, The Spa doesn’t disappoint with sea-view, en suite treatment palapas and therapists meticulously trained to relax, sooth and decompress. Canouan Island’s immaculate beaches, championship 18-hole, Fazio- designed golf course and luxury super-yacht marina provide guests with a wide range of activities to be enjoyed with Mandarin Oriental’s legendary service and warm welcoming smiles that bring a new level of hospitality to the Caribbean.